SB 4.8.67

aho me bata daurātmyaṁ
 strī-jitasyopadhāraya
yo ’ṅkaṁ premṇārurukṣantaṁ
 nābhyanandam asattamaḥ
Synonyms: 
aho — alas; me — my; bata — certainly; daurātmyam — cruelty; strī-jitasya — conquered by a woman; upadhāraya — just think of me in this regard; yaḥ — who; aṅkam — lap; premṇā — out of love; ārurukṣantam — trying to rise onto it; na — not; abhyanandam — received properly; asat-tamaḥ — the most cruel.
Translation: 
Alas, just see how I was conquered by my wife! Just imagine my cruelty! Out of love and affection the boy was trying to get up on my lap, but I did not receive him, nor did I even pat him for a moment. Just imagine how hardhearted I am.